Trailed by Unknown Parties, Receives Menacing Emails, Suspicious Package
Submitted by Doretta Wildes
The following concerns malicious emails and mail fraud that I have been the recipient of. I am posting it for two reasons:
1. In the hope that if anyone knows the identity (or can help determine it) of the anonymous perpetrator, “New Town,” that they will be in touch with me so that the local police can add your information to my case file.
2. If anything malicious, life-threatening or deadly should happen to me, a family member or loved one, this post bears testimony that may be related to such an event, and I strongly urge investigators to pursue it.
Shortly after I posted my last blog about Sandy Hook on this website on Saturday, January 23, I received a taunting but (I thought) helpful comment from a person calling him/herself “New Town.” This person uses an email address of email@example.com. Thankful for the person’s timely alert to a mistake I had made in the post, I quickly took it down and apologized, doing so through my personal email (a big mistake).“New Town” responded with comments that became increasingly hostile and threatening.
At one point, I invited “New Town” to have lunch with me and discuss the Sandy Hook matter – since s/he said that s/he is from Sandy Hook and knows for a fact that people died as reported by the mainstream media. Indeed, “New Town” wrote that s/he knows the aggrieved parents personally, including David Wheeler, and was very angry at the “hoaxers” for adding to this man’s grief by saying that no one died at Sandy Hook.But my lunch invitation only escalated “New Town’s” anger. Toward the end of that exchange, “New Town” was letting me know that s/he knows exactly where I live. This unsettled me.
The following comment of “New Town’s” unsettled me even more:
“I have a friend who can’t wait until a real hoaxer confronts him. He’s close friends with one of the families. He’s looking forward to the opportunity to punch someone’s lights out. Frankly, many of us struggle with our emotions here, because the bad guy is dead. So it won’t be long before some stupid hoaxer gets a broken jaw. I WISH we were in on a huge conspiracy with the government. Then we could simply send drones and special ops and take all of you out. But all we can do is be angry, and sad moms and dads. [paragraph break here] This has been a complete waste of time, but it’s been cathartic. Enjoy your delusion. Avoid seeing a psychiatrist. Mumble on your park bench blog. I’m sorry I even noticed you existed.”
On Wednesday, January 27th I received a small package through the regular U.S. mail, but without a postmark. It was addressed to me. The Florida return address was that of Wolfgang Halbig, the Sandy Hook researcher I had been in touch with on a few occasions. For this reason, I assumed that the package was indeed from Mr. Halbig. I was wrong.
It contained two images on photographic paper; one was a photo of my home; the other was an aerial map image from Google or another online resource with my address. Both of the images were printed on heavy photographic paper with a matte finish on the underside. There were no marks on the back of either of them.
The package also contained a rubber duck, identical to those that Wolfgang Halbig, Dan Bidondi (formerly of Infowars) and Jonathan Reich have received through the mail or, in one case, left on a car and in the car’s fuel tank.
I have provided a photograph of the duck I received here. Note that I placed it in a plastic bag for reasons that will become apparent below :
(I have not included images of the package, the map or the photo of my residence, since these all contain personal addresses or identification that I do not wish to make public for obvious reasons.)
I immediately called Mr. Halbig who confirmed, as I suspected, that the package was not from him. He cautioned me against touching the rubber duck, due the possibility of its being coated with toxins, and asked me to take photographs of the package contents and the packaging itself, which I did. I then called my local police, who arrived shortly thereafter. I gave them all of the materials in the package and the package itself. I also gave them copies of “New Town’s” emails to me, my emails to him/her, and his/her original comments to my blog. The police started a case file based on this evidence. They were and remain suspicious that “New Town” is the sender of the package (or is in some way affiliated with the sender) containing the duck and photographic materials.
So far, it’s been determined that the IP address is from Monroe, Connecticut. See below:
Fearing further malice and possible violence against myself or loved ones, I mothballed this blog for the most part and devoted my free time to a novel and other related projects. I heard nothing more from “New Town” and received no more packages.
However, on Tuesday, Feb. 2, I was followed home from a doctor’s appointment by two men, each standing near a truck, then jumping in once they saw me and tailing me. Within 5 minutes of my entering my home, a person was knocking on my door. I could see it was a woman. She said she was “from the phone company,” but I couldn’t see a Frontier truck in my parking lot. Nor had I requested service. I told the woman I was busy. This may or may not be related to the foregoing, but the police found it interesting.
On March 3, 2016, I received another email from newtown2amazon with the title “Not Cinderella – A Witch.” Here is a screenshot of that email with my email address erased:
I did not respond to this email, nor do I intend to.
On March 4, 2016, I received another email from “New Town,” titled “12/14″ Meeting.” The screen shot follows:
I’m not sure which “pile of crap” is being referred to by “New Town,” but, needless to say, reference to my whereabouts is taken as a threat, as are the goading comments that “New Town” concludes his email with. I did not respond to this email, nor do I intend to.
On Friday, March 4, at my request, two local policemen came to my home and I provided them with these latest emails to add to my case file. The policemen, who said that the threats are real and are against the law, are looking into the matter further along with other related information I have disclosed to them. They have assured me that they will be happy to return should I need further assistance or if other suspicious activity resumes.
In the meantime, I have taken all legal measures available to protect myself in case these written attacks should become physical ones.
If you know who this troll is, or if you possess computer skills that would assist me in determining his/her identity for law enforcement purposes, please be in touch. If you are this troll, be aware that you have been blocked from this blog and from my email account.
[The following is excerpted from a October 2015 Fellowship of the Minds post concerning the probable parties behind the threatening communications Mr. Wildes recently received.-Ed.]
“Sandy Hook ducks” are the inception of a self-described Sandy Hook “school-based police officer” who founded a Facebook page called The Ducks of Sandy Hook Elementary. [See here for glowing coverage of “The Ducks of Sandy Hook” in the Hartford Courant.-Ed.] The page was created sometime in January 2013, just weeks after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre on Dec. 12, 2012.
The page’s self-description says:
“A collection of rubber ducks to bring smiles to the faces of the kids and adults that need as much to smile about as we can give.
I am assigned to the Sandy Hook School as the school based police officer. A donor had sent approximately 500 small rubber ducks, which the kids loved immensely. My counterpart and I spread them out everyday in the lobby of the school kids, and yes adults, take them to keep. The joy the ducks bring to everyone can not be put into words. We plan to keep buying ducks and placing them out everyday as long as the school is in use. Anyone that would like to help us with the purchasing of the ducks, your help is greatly appreciated. If you would like to send a monetary donation or order ducks contact me and I will provide an address. Everyone in the school enjoys the ducks and we never want to have to tell anyone we don’t have any to give them, child or adult.”
The Ducks of Sandy Hook Elementary asks for donations of ducks or money to be sent to 261 S. Main St. #312, Newtown CT. 06470.
Here’s the address on Google Map (click map to enlarge):
A search on Google for “261 S. Main St., Newtown, CT 06470” shows one result: the UPS Store, which has a mailbox service.
In other words, The Ducks of Sandy Hook Elementary‘s address is a rented mailbox at the UPS Store on 261 S. Main St.
Curiously, 261 S. Main St. is also the new address of HONR Network, a “business” of Lenny Pozner, father of alleged Sandy Hook child victim Noah — that Noah Pozner who died twice, the first time at Sandy Hook Elementary School; the second time two years later in a school shooting in Peshawar, Pakistan. Lenny has been using HONR Network to harass bloggers and YouTubers, claiming that their publishing images of Noah violates copy right, although the source of those images is the Noah Pozner memorial Facebook page Lenny himself had set up. The page can be viewed by anyone, which means those images of Noah are in the public domain.